6 mind-blowing electronic toys for lucky kids

Get off the couch and into the game with Tek Recon, the newest and most realistic way to blast away with your friends. These Blasters feature real triggers and recoil action using specially designed “NRG Rounds”. Tek Recon blasters can powerfully and safely fire up to 75 feet, are reusable, and make no marks or mess.

To optimize the real battle and team experience Tek Recon has developed a free iOS and Android app that uses GPS technology to bring video games into real life!


The Transform Robot can convert from a 1/12 scale RC car into a robot hero in just seconds, controlled by a seemingly modified Playstation remote !


The Kid’s Walker Cyclops is bright green, and has a cockpit where one lucky guy or gal can sit inside and literally play at robots. One arm has a claw (for smiting enemies), the other has a drill (also for smiting enemies, and possibly for mineral extraction..)


The new  LEGO Mindstorms  set includes everything  you need – motors, sensors, programmable brick, 550+ LEGO Technic elements, remote control – to create robots that walktalkmove and do whatever you want them to.
Build your robot and program it via the intuitive software program, the programmable brick or your smart device.


Apptivity Hot Wheels – Race and play on your Ipad ! Download the app to your iPad, and race awesome cars across your tablet screen to explore the top-secret Hot Wheels Test Facility!


Sphero is about the size and shape of a tennis ball, and can be controlled with your phone. The founders ( Orbotix ) made the prototype by 3D printing the shell and prying the electronics out of a smart phone.

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